Friday, October 14, 2011

GeoJeopardy! Fridays #68

Time for GeoJeopardy! Fridays, because it's time for a little geochemistry.

- The Style of Elements -

Humphry Davy named this element after potash, its much older name


  The Chem Time Clock helps chemistry students learn the periodic table by using element's symbols in place of numbers. It's 1:35, or these two elements


This element, atomic no. 17, is used as a bleach


Make no bones about it, it's the fifth most abundant element in both the earth's crust & the human body


For hundreds of years people have believed in the rejuvenating qualities of the Dead sea's black mud. Among its many components this element, symbol Mg, said to remove toxins from the skin. Makes you feel good.

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